Part 2. Data Economy - What is it? What Will it Take?

The most successful business model of the internet has been to harvest as much data as possible and only share it if profit can be extracted. Let's consider a new model, where all participants are aligned in their incentives to maximise benefit for the system as a whole.

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Speakers
Carissa Veliz, Professor, Institute for the Ethics of AI at the University of Oxford
Kenneth Cukier, Senior Editor, The Economist
Bruce Pon, CEO of BigchainDB & Founder, Ocean Protocol
Alexander Stubb, Former Prime Minister, Finland
Moderator
Tom Henriksson, General Partner, OpenOcean
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